Workers' Control in Latin America, 1930-1979

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SELECTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY of Twentieth-Century Latin American Labor History

General

Andrews George Reid. "Latin American Workers." Journal of Social History 21 ( 1987): 311-26.

Bergquist Charles. Labor in Latin America: Comparative Essays on Chile, Argentina, Venezuela, and Colombia. Stanford, 1986.

Chaney Elsa M., and Mary Garcia Castro, eds. Muchachas No More: Household Workers in Latin America and the Caribbean. Philadelphia, 1989.

Collier Ruth Berins. "Popular Sector Incorporation and Political Supremacy: Regime Evolution in Brazil and Mexico." In Brazil and Mexico: Patterns in Late Development, edited by Silvia Ann Hewlitt and Richard S. Weinert. Philadelphia, 1982.

Collier Ruth Berins, and David Collier. Shaping the Political Arena: Critical junctures, the Labor Movement, and Regime Dynamics. Princeton, 1991.

Conniff Michael L., ed. Latin American Populism in Comparative Perspective. Albuquerque, 1982.

Da Emilia Viotti Costa. "Experience versus Structure: New Tendencies in the History of Labor and the Working Class in Latin America." International Labor and Working- Class History 36 (Fall 1989): 3-24.

Evans Judith. "Results and Prospects: Some Observations on Latin American Labor Studies." International Labor and Working Class History 16 ( 1979): 29-39.

González Pablo Casanova, ed. Historia del movimiento obrero en América Latina. 4 vols. Mexico City, 1984-85.

Hall Michael M., and Hobart A. Spalding Jr. "The Urban Working Class and Early Latin American Labour Movements, 1880-1930." In Cambridge History of Latin America, edited by Leslie Bethell. Vol. 4. Cambridge, England, 1986.

Kofas Jon V. The Struggle for Legitimacy: Latin American Labor and the United States, 1930-1960. Tempe, Ariz., 1994.

McCreery David J., Todd A. Diacon, and Cliff Welch, eds. Latin American Labor. History and Problems. Birmingham, 1994.

Maram Sheldon L., and Gerald M. Greenfield, eds. Latin American Labor Organizations. Westport, Conn., 1987.

Mörner Magnus. Adventurers and Proletarians: The Story of Migrants in Latin America. Pittsburgh, 1985.

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